The funeral services will be held on Friday, January 19 at 10 a.m. at Loveland Church located at 17977 Merrill Avenue in Fontana.
The Professional International Group Bookings (PIGB) recently held its “Abundant Life 2018 Conference”. Attendees were fed and learned a lot during the conference.
It had four main components with Dr. Maudie Roberts opening it up in in Prayer. The components included: The Spiritual Aspect led by Pastor Anthony Brown where guest connected themselves back to the community and caring for their fellow ‘brother’ by putting an end to homelessness in San Bernardino County with programs already in place such as A.I.M. 2 Excell, Inc., which fed 87 people on Thanksgiving Day.
Brenda Johnson did an entire presentation on a naturopathic and holistic approach to receive a total transformation in our bodies.
Dr. Lorraine Roberts Presented an “Introduction to Black Wall Street Past and Present.” This was pertinent to the entire Abundant Life Theme.
Lastly, Yvonne Randle, Founder of PIGB.INFO, gave an overview on the four-part Conference Spiritual Health, Physical Health, Financial and Economic Health. Yvonne Randle introduced PIGB.INFO Platform and expressed the features and benefits of a virtual community (Black wall Street). This silent, yet powerful worldwide virtual community consisting of its very own Entrepreneurs, Business Leaders, Service Providers, Non-Profit Organizations and more.
SAN BERNARDINO, CA- On Saturday, January 13, Youth Action Project (YAP) will host a YAP TALKS event in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to educate the community and youth on his philosophies and teachings while promoting an action-based response to continue his legacy and service. The event will take place at the San Bernardino Family YMCA from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
The presenters include: Dr. Wil Greer, Professor Monica Stockhausen, and Pastor Laquetta Bush-Simmons. The speakers will deliver 20 minute speeches that connect the philosophies of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to current issues experienced by San Bernardino community members and its youth.
Following the YAP TALKS, attendees are encouraged to join in a community service project centered around the issue of homelessness in San Bernardino. Volunteers will assemble 500 “Necessity Bags” that include personal hygiene products for the homeless community in San Bernardino. Volunteers will also prepare 500 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to feed the homeless community as well.
Youth Action Project is excited to host a community event that not only remembers and honors the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., but galvanizes a diverse group of people to give back and make a positive difference.
For more information or to RSVP, please visit www.youthactionproject.org/latest-news.